Classroom Management. Yikes, we all need it and maybe struggle with it, but no one talks about it. But in reality, each one of your church classrooms have different needs and it is not the same from one age group to the next. When your class does not have the structure needed for the age […]
Kinder Church 2.0 is full of entertaining and educational teachings written specifically for Preschoolers. Your Preschoolers will leave every Sunday morning ready to learn more about Jesus. CLICK HERE to see all of our Kinder Church 2.0 Curriculums.
A few years ago I was listening to a tape by Bob Yandian. One day, Bob received a phone call from an elder of an independent church that he had attended as a child. The elder informed Bob that they were closing the doors of the church and he was looking for another church to […]
Ministering to preschool children can seem daunting at times. They are very wiggly and active. I am going to give you four tools you can use every week. If you learn how to use these tools during our class time you will have success ministering to your preschoolers.
Thermometer: is a device that measures temperature or temperature gradient using a variety of different principles. Several years ago, I had to fill in on my Wednesday night Kinder Church Class. Something came up at the last minute and the lead teacher couldn’t be there. So I grabbed the lesson (at about 3pm in the afternoon). When […]
One of my favorite things about toddlers is how differently they view the world. For instance, think about a mirror… I love my mirror, it’s not because I like looking at myself, but it helps me get ready for the day and make sure none of my hair is sticking out sideways before I […]
A foundation is a basis upon which something stands or is supported. When ministering to preschool children you are establishing their foundation – It’s a foundation upon which their spiritual life will stand and be supported. Ninety percent (90%) of a child’s personality is formed before the age of 5 years old. You have an incredible opportunity […]
A child’s most formative years are their youngest — from birth to age five. About 90 percent of a child’s brain develops in that time, according to studies. And 85 percent of a child’s intellect, personality and social skills are developed by age five. This begs the question, Is this also true with spiritual education?
This past weekend Mark and I took a much-needed, long, over-due, trip to Grand Marais, Minnesota. It is our favorite place to go to. It is nice because it is only 4 hours away and when we get there it is SO RELAXING. We sit on the North Shore and sip coffee and listen to quiet. Before we […]